OnePlus strives to offer flagship-level devices at more affordable prices than manufacturers like Samsung or Apple, and the OnePlus 6T (opens in new tab) is an excellent example. This powerful smartphone normally sits under $600 in price while retaining many of the same features you'd find in a device that regularly sells for upwards of $1,000 instead. Now, thanks to a limited time sale at the official OnePlus website, you can pick up the T-Mobile edition of the device for just $349 (opens in new tab). With an instant savings of $200 off its price, you'll be scoring one of the best deals to ever hit the OnePlus 6T device. OnePlus even offers a monthly financing option in case you don't want to pay the full cost all at once.
As this is a T-Mobile edition of the OnePlus 6T, you won't be able to use it with any other carriers other than T-Mobile. Along with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage, this smartphone includes premium features such as a fingerprint sensor built-into its display and 16 + 20MP dual cameras that can take some great night shots. It's equipped with a Snapdragon 845 processor as well.
While there may be a few compromises between the OnePlus 6T and a more expensive device such as the latest iPhone 11, you'll be paying a fraction of the cost to miss out on features such as wireless charging or water resistance. The OnePlus 6T runs one of the best forms of Android, so even though it might not have every feature a new Google Pixel or Samsung Galaxy has, you'll arguably have a better user experience with one of these devices anyway.
I tried the 6T out when it came out via TMO and it was ok for a while, but I soon started getting really frustrated not having AOD and no wireless charging so I returned it and got an LG G8 that has it all and more actually.
And this version STILL doesn't have Android 10
There is no reason this phone should not have Android 10 by now. It's been available for the unlocked version for quite a while now. Visiting the TMo site just says they're "working on it". Right.
Exactly. Been in "development" for almost 3 months. While they focus on newer phones. Don't buy this device. Buy it unlocked
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